Brute B - Demo
Aggrotech Brute B is a demo band from Florida and I was sadly the person who got to do the review of this demo release simply called 'Demo'.

I don't know how to label this kind of music except with the word "shit". This is so horribly produced, the vocals are so heavily distorted and the overused chorus on it means that you can't hear anything. Did someone say melodies? ...What melodies? is my response. In this release there is nothing besides some drums and a repetitive lead, or whatever you want to call it.

I really don't enjoy cutting bands in half, I honestly don't. But when a band like this, who is so untalented, releases this shit then I just can't hold it in. I know Gothic Guy got a bad review but he has gone light years ahead of this act. Nick didn't want to take this and passed it onto me, why I even took it is beyond my own comprehension.

So what do you get in this demo? You get an intro and an outro plus four terrible tracks which are just horribly produced and simply just flat. But wait, there is more! You even get a bloody bonus track. Hooray!

I am sorry but I can't really go into any details about this release because there is simply nothing good about it. Everybody has to start somewhere, but sometimes it's better to hold back a release and work harder on it before making a fool out of yourself.
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Brute B - Demo

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"Kill it with fire"
Demo released 2010
Brute B is a demo band from Florida and I was sadly the person who got to do the review of this demo release simply called 'Demo'.

I don't know how to label this kind of music except with the word "shit". This is so horribly produced, the vocals are so heavily distorted and the overused chorus on it means that you can't hear anything. Did someone say melodies? ...What melodies? is my response. In this release there is nothing besides some drums and a repetitive lead, or whatever you want to call it.

I really don't enjoy cutting bands in half, I honestly don't. But when a band like this, who is so untalented, releases this shit then I just can't hold it in. I know Gothic Guy got a bad review but he has gone light years ahead of this act. Nick didn't want to take this and passed it onto me, why I even took it is beyond my own comprehension.

So what do you get in this demo? You get an intro and an outro plus four terrible tracks which are just horribly produced and simply just flat. But wait, there is more! You even get a bloody bonus track. Hooray!

I am sorry but I can't really go into any details about this release because there is simply nothing good about it. Everybody has to start somewhere, but sometimes it's better to hold back a release and work harder on it before making a fool out of yourself.
Dec 29 2010

Demo

Demo release from the artist. A brief tape or recording illustrating the abilities of the artist.

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